Rattata are found near the start of Pokémon games for a reason: they’re not very good fighters. Eventually, most players cycle out a Rattata on their team for something bigger, better, stronger. Not this particular Pokémon fan, though.
For months, I’ve had a specific if not dubious plan for Happy Home Designer. An evil scheme. A dastardly design. I’ve been waiting a long time to make this happen, damn it.
Even a piece of crap Pokémon can result in a legendary trade. The trick? Patience, and an eye for trading up.
Every Pokémon only has four move slots—and those slots are precious. You shouldn't waste your slots with useless moves. Especially not these moves.
You might know about the Missingno glitch from Red & Blue, that backwards L shape that players could encounter and catch despite not being a 'real' Pokémon. You might even know about the infamous Mew glitch. But these aren't the only creature-related glitches you can find in Pokémon, amazingly enough.
With new handheld devices from Sony and Nintendo either out or on the horizon, it's understandable (if a little puzzling) that execs from both companies insist that tablets won't affect the prospects of the Nintendo 3DS or PlayStation Vita. People still want gadgets that are primarily about games, the suits say. …